Learn how an intern spent the summer in the Pacific Islands, designing his apparatus to provide scientists with a cheap alternative to the expensive underwater camera equipment used in some marine biology research.
In this interview, NOAA Fisheries zoologist Mike Vecchione says that of all the space on Earth that contains multicellular life, over 95 percent of that is in the deep sea. And we know almost nothing about it.
Learn more about the first-ever "Science at Sea" event, honoring NOAA Teacher at Sea awardee Dr. Suzanne Acord and NOAA summer intern Christopher Lindsay, both of whom spent time aboard NOAA Fisheries ships.
First Seal from the Main Hawaiian Islands to be Cared for at Ke Kai Ola
On Monday, September 7, a young female Hawaiian monk seal pup was found abandoned during a NOAA monk seal survey of Ni'ihau Island. The pup was emaciated and would certainly have d